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YMCA Fall Class Registration

August 22, 2015

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The YMCA of Greater New York is, and always will be, dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults, families and communities. Our programs are a great way to learn something new, achieve your fitness goals, and meet new people. With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y nurtures the potential of every youth and teen across the five boroughs, improves New York City’s health and well-being and provides opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Registrations for members begins on August 22, and non-members begins on August 29th through the link below. Fall Session I classes begin September 8th

Most popular Children’s Programs/Classes:
Chinatown YMCA
Quickstart Tennis – A kid-friendly approach to learn the basics of tennis. Our partner, Tennis Innovators, utilizes the USTA QuickStart Tennis format, which maximizes skill learning with colorful balls, smaller-sized racquets and nets. You will love this new match! All levels welcome, ages 3 – 10 years. Wednesdays 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm, Saturdays 10:00 am – 11:00 am.
Swim for Life (2nd Grade Swim) – Works to build on student’s aquatic skills, while enhancing self-confidence and well-being. The program operates during the school day.

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Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA
Tiny Toes Dance class – Ballet is an essential foundation for all forms of dance. Intermediate skills and more are introduced with patience and care, not to mention fun!
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Ridgewood YMCA
Art and Play Program – Which is open to children ages 2 to 4 years old. Our Art and Play class covers five basic art areas: collage, painting, drawing, print-making, and construction. The children experience the art materials at their own pace. Our instructors use materials that are satisfying to the eye and stimulating to the touch. The instructor’s philosophy is that it is the process, not the finished product that is important when tapping into the child’s creative spirit.
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Jamaica YMCA
Chess (Ages 7-15) –Learn a game you can play for life and practice basic strategies with other players. Beginners learn basic game rules and opening tactic and how the pieces move. Through chess children will improves their social skills, memory, numerical abilities, verbal aptitude, creative thinking, problem solving, and reasoning skills. Chess is gaining popularity the program started 3 years ago with 5 children at the Jamaica Y and now we have over 20 children registered.
Instructional Soccer -Get the ball rolling, develop and improve your skills through engaging warm-ups, activities and games, all while having fun. Program is held indoors in our gymnasium. Bringing their own soccer ball to class, helps reinforce practicing their skills while they are at home. We are trying to promote regular activity with the children. Over 60 children are registered for this program.
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Greenpoint YMCA
Soccer Clinic Classes—Friday afternoons at the Greenpoint Y. Participants will hone their soccer skills and participate in scrimmages with other classmates to improve their skills out on the field. Our soccer clinic meets on Fridays at 3pm and 4pm at the Greenpoint Y. Classes run in 8 week sessions beginning Friday, September 11. Please register in person at 99 Meserole Ave. The cost per session is $91 for those with family memberships, $111 for those with youth memberships, and $131 for non-members.
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Cross Island YMCA
Swim Classes – Swimming is a life skill as well as great exercise and a challenging sport. We offer swim lessons (for all ages), family swim, competitive swimming teams, and adaptive swim programs for kids with special needs, so we can all safely enjoy the pleasures of an aquatic environment.
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Long Island City YMCA
Keyboard Class – A class for students with no previous training, or for students who would benefit from further reinforcement of basic counting, reading and fingering skills.
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West Side YMCA
Martial Arts – Regular participation in this program develops strength, agility, flexibility and coordination as well as focus and peace of mind.
Gymnastics – Each level is geared to advance gymnasts in safe, consistent and production progressions. The program teaches safety awareness, body awareness, values education and skills instruction.
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Rockaway YMCA
Little Tykes – This parent-participation class for children ages 6 months to 4 years helps our kids develop motor and listening skills through various games and sports.
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Flatbush YMCA
Gymnastics – Children are introduced to the sport of gymnastics and learn the fundamentals of movement where they will develop skills in overall coordination, balance, strength and flexibility.
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Bronx YMCA
Basketball – Introduce your child to the game of basketball. Learn and master the basics of passing, dribbling, and shooting while practicing offense and defense in fun scrimmages. This 8-week program will have your kids engaging in warm-ups, activities, and games while having fun!
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Dodge YMCA
Rumble & Tumble class – This class develops motor skills & movement throughout our obstacle course, ball play & songs. Ages: 6-17mo, 18mo-3yrs.

Mommy and Me Cooking Class – Future chefs will learn the correct way to peel, chop, mash and more. Ages: 18 months – 5 years.
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Flushing YMCA
Zumba – Held every Saturday 12-1pm the average class size is about 20 kids age from 5 to 12 years old. The class uses elements of dance and free play to keep kids active.
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Prospect Park YMCA
Tennis—Our Tiny Tikes Tennis is for ages 5-6 and our Youth Tennis is for ages 7-11. All levels are welcome. Through our curriculum, we will not only touch on the fundamentals of tennis, but focus on fun activities to strengthen eye-hand coordination and important motor skills to make tennis more enjoyable from early on in the learning process. Classes will be moving to Sundays this Fall!
Break Dancing (Age 6-8 years)—Students will learn a series of stylistic moves paired with Hip Hop music to help work on musicality, coordination, cognitive awareness and personalization. Students will work on moving to the beat, remembering dance moves and expressing themselves within the choreographed movement.

Art Discovery (Ages 6-8 years) – The focus for this session is Art and Design 101- made fun! An introductory class that sparks young imaginations toward investigating elements of design such as line, color and shape, and principles of design such as balance, proportion, harmony and rhythm. Have fun discovering the fundamentals of art and design through an exploration of different materials and techniques including drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, sculpture and mixed media.

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Vanderbilt YMCA
Youth Swim Program (ages 6-12) – Participants are taught not only swimming skills, but also how to enjoy aquatic activities throughout their lives. Skills include personal safety, survival and rescue skills, water sports and games. Program content is designed to develop a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. The purpose of the program is to develop competency in swimming, along with confidence and endurance. A child is advanced to the next level when he or she can safely and proficiently perform the skills within his or her level. New participants can be tested to assure proper placement.
Minnow (Advanced Beginner II Level) – This is the initial intermediate skill. Children further refine the lead-up strokes they have learned as their skills become more like those normally used in swimming. Wet ball, diving skills and synchronized swimming are taught.

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McBurney YMCA
Indoor Playground – Come jump in the bouncing house, build with form blocks, and shoot mini-hoops with your little one in the Indoor Playground. For this class we transform the gym into a motor development and movement awareness playground where children will spend their time exploring the equipment, climbing, balancing, building, playing with balls, hoops and obstacle courses, while socializing with their peers. Children in this class must be actively supervised by a parent or caregiver. No cell-phones please.
Tuesday / Thursday 10:00 – 11:30 am, Wednesday 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Members : $100 – 1x a week, Non-Members: $125 – 1x a week
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Harlem
Swimming – Swimming is a life skill as well as great exercise and a challenging sport. We offer swim lessons (for all ages), family swim, competitive swimming teams, and adaptive swim programs for kids with special needs, so we can all safely enjoy the pleasures of an aquatic environment.
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Coney Island YMCA
Basketball – Introduce your child to the game of basketball. Learn and master the basics of passing, dribbling, and shooting while practicing offense and defense in fun scrimmages. This 8-week program will have your kids engaging in warm-ups, activities, and games while having fun!
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North Brooklyn YMCA
Dance Classes – Whether it’s ballet and tap, tap and jazz, jazz and hip hop or ballet and modern dance, choose a combination dance class that’s right for your child.

Details

Date:
August 22, 2015
Website:
http://www.ymcanyc.org/association/pages/program-guides

Venue

YMCA’s of the Greater New York Area
NY United States
Website:
http://www.ymcanyc.org/association/pages/program-guides